Full Of Hell could be described as the ultimate of extreme music: Take all the rawest, dirtiest and heaviest bits of Hardcore, Punk, extreme Metal, Grindcore, Sludge and even Power Electronics, give them to a bunch of young, angry and extremely motivated sickos and get wrecked. Read the interview I’ve done with these guys earlier to see what Full Of Hell are all about. They’ve already proven themselves with an EP, a split 7“ and countless shows, but with Roots Of Earth Are Consuming My Home (what an amazing title btw) they’ve built a monument of extremity, a manifest of heavy music. Sounds exaggerated? Listen to this record, fool!
The backbone of this record is fast, aggressive and crude Hardcore in the tradition of bands like Neanderthal, Infest or Pageninetynine. Full Of Hell add loads of metallic riffs, devastatingly slow, sludgy parts as well as sparks of Harsh Noise and Power Electronics. And this stuff is executed tight, to the point, packed in a powerful yet raw, ugly and feedback-ridden sound. All in all ROEACMH sounds like something your avarage Trash Talk fan will not enjoy (at least the ones I know).
The vocals are super sick, pending between fucked up screaming, gutteral growls and harsh shouts, which adds a nice old school Grindcore feeling to the mix, think of early Napalm Death to get the picture. ROEACMH is the soundtrack for endless sweaty nights full of angst, depression and rage.
Of course, like a big bunch of the better Hardcore records these days, ROEACMH is going to be released on Baltimore’s A389 Records, pre-orders are up and the record will be out by the end of August 2011. If you have only the slightest interest in any of the genres mentioned above – or need a record to listen to at your next brain surgery – Full Of Hell’s Roots Of Earth Are Consuming My Home is a definite must-have. If it wouldn’t be for bands like Full Of Hell I’d already have dropped out of all this shit years ago.